FOX Sports is bringing free streaming of Fox Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2 to more than 100 countries around the world, the company announced on Tuesday.
The free-to-air network will stream the channel to subscribers of the DirecTV Now streaming service and through Apple TV and Android devices.
The new streaming options will start rolling out on March 25 and will continue to expand over the next few months, according to the company.
In the U.S., the network will be available for free in the following markets:New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Tampa Bay and Washington.
A limited number of the new Fox Sports streaming apps will be rolled out in the U, including Fox Sports GO, Fox Sports Go Plus, Fox Soccer Extra and Fox Soccer Live.
In addition to the new streaming service, the network is also introducing a new online sports portal.
The site, called Fox Sports App, is available to stream the Fox Sports app on the Apple TV or Google Chromecast devices.
The app is available in select countries.FOX Sports 1, the premier home of NFL, NBA, NCAA, MLB and NFLPA coverage, is a leading sports channel with more than 6.5 million subscribers in more than 160 countries.
Fox Sports is the most-watched sports network on the cable and satellite television networks, according the company, with a peak of 1.9 million viewers in the key 25-54 demographic.